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Public International Law - Leiden University

Public International Law (LL.M.)

Master's application and admission

Find out how to apply for Public International Law at Leiden University by following our step-by-step guide.

Step-by step guide

Public International Law is a specialisation of the Law LL.M. study programme. If you would like to apply to this programme please first select Law (CROHO code: 66084) in Studielink and then select the specialisation Public International Law.

This guide clearly explains the steps you need to take to apply, and the subsequent admission process. 

We strongly recommend prospective students to apply for the September intake and not for the February intake. The programme is logically structured around a theoretical focus for the first semester, providing in-depth knowledge and understanding of key notions and theories of public international law, and a more practical focus for the second semester, which builds on the knowledge obtained during the first semester. We have experienced that students find it extremely hard to catch-up when they start the programme in the second semester, especially if they do not yet have a solid background in Public International Law.

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